This month, we’re excited to share the story of a stellar athlete who is defying age stereotypes and is so humble about his amazing accomplishments. Rich Castro recently ran a 6:38 mile placing 2nd at the Pearl Street Mile, a USATF Colorado Championship race, in the 70-74 age group. While Rich is keeping his competitive spirit alive by continuing to achieve outstanding results, he also is encouraging people of every age to get active at every athletic level.
Runners and their coaches enjoy dirt trails as a key part of their training schedule. Now, your cross-training can also come off-road. Learn more about how your program will experience the same signature benefits of ElliptiGO Bikes in a whole new setting.
You can experience ElliptiGO bikes are the biggest events of the year. Check out what types of test ride and demo options we'll be offering at both the Collegiate and High School National Championships for Track & Field.
Amanda Rego has had a star-studded career, but she battled injury for five years and had three surgeries that prevented her from running consistently. Now in 2019, she is back on the track and running only seconds away from her PRs from 6 years ago. Learn more about how ElliptiGO got her back to the top of her game!
Whether you’re looking to burn a couple of extra calories or to positively impact the environment, we’re encouraging you to consider commuting on your ElliptiGO bike this Earth Day!
PRs all around! Katie Matthews rocked it out in Chi-Town and earned a new personal best for the marathon and a Top 10 finish. Despite a nasty fall at Mile 22 and not finishing in his goal time of sub 3-hours, Brian Reynolds showed tremendous grit and perseverance, while setting a new personal best and lowering his world record time.
We're sending major kudos to ultrarunner and ElliptiGO rider Jason Schlarb who recently won the Run Rabbit Run 100 Miler for the third time! Read how he uses his ElliptiGO bike as a part of his training.
When Lou Panaccione learned that his colleague and friend Duncan Finigan had been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, he was drawn to help. Lou, CEO and co-founder of OOFOS and a lifelong athlete, knew that a long distance event could be a great means of fundraising for cancer research. Duncan suggested the Pan-Mass Challenge -- and that they complete it on ElliptiGO bikes!
While most people training for a marathon experience the inevitable hiccup or two, ElliptiGO athlete Brian Reynolds had some significant challenges to overcome in his build up to the London Marathon – namely, a leg infection and emergency gall bladder surgery.
ElliptiGO elite athlete Katie Mackey is a professional runner for Brooks Sports, specializing in the 1500m, 3000m, and 5000m distances on the track, but also having success on the roads and in cross country.